Perfect Valentine's Day Weekend Ideas For Couples In Southern Indiana

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Caroline Soriano
February 02, 2024
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Whether you're a resident in Southern Indiana or visiting from afar, there are many ways to make Valentine's Day a memorable one. You can have a quick romantic getaway, take long walks on picturesque roads, or enjoy delicious food. 

If you're not yet sure what to do this lovely day, here are several romantic ideas for you:

Valentine's Day Activities For Southern Indiana For Couples

For Couples Who Love Food

Are you on the lookout for the tastiest dishes that would make this day extra special? If yes, here are our top recommendations:

1. Board & You

If you are looking for a romantic atmosphere for lunch with outstanding beverages and food, you can choose to have a stunning charcuterie board and cocktails or go for the whole Bistro experience at Board & You

This is a popular spot in the metro so be sure to make reservations in advance.

2. Huber's Orchard, Winery & Vineyards

This winery returns with its annual Chocolate Lover's Weekend with Huber wines and Schimpff's Confectionery chocolates where you and your partner can experience a private romantic dinner with wine and sumptuous chocolate dessert. 

3. MESA Collaborative Kitchen

First things first -- the best thing about this restaurant is that it lets you enjoy exciting activities for the whole month of February. Experience a 3- or 4-course meal with the guest chef cooking right in front of you, learn skills and techniques from the pros, and many more.

4. Brooklyn & The Butcher

Reserve your spot for the ultimate celebration, a meal with large steaks, sharing plates, and extraordinary beverages. Make reservations soon for this beautiful historical space with a romantic bar and speakeasy setting.

5. The Red Yeti Restaurant & Brewpub

Walk romantically across the Big Four Bridge to see the Ohio River and Louisville skyline after a meal. Tasty dishes include truffle fries, brisket sandwiches, pulled pork tacos, and vanilla bourbon cheesecake with craft brews. 

6. High Street Apothecary

New Albany's newest speakeasy, High Street Apothecary, offers a unique Valentine's Day adventure with their best delights—Share Board & You charcuterie or New Albany Sugar Shoppe chocolates with your cocktail prescription. To ensure availability, book ahead.

For Couples Who Love The Outdoors

Cuddling on a cold walk with your partner is one of the most romantic ways to spend February. Southern Indiana dates provide scenic walking, hiking, and bicycling pathways for Valentine's Day on the go. 

1. Ohio River Greenway

At 7.5 miles, the Ohio River Greenway follows the river from downtown Jeffersonville to downtown New Albany. Picnic areas overlook the river, dam, and forest. Ashland Park is a lovely place to have a picnic with your Valentine while watching the Louisville cityscape.

2. Charlestown State Park & Rose Island

Charlestown State Park provides some of Southern Indiana's best views on trails under 3 miles. To add romance, visit Rose Island. Due to the bare winter trees, this abandoned amusement park looks beautiful and nostalgic.

walkway of roses at rose island

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3. Big Four Bridge

For couples looking to have a day out, Big Four Bridge is near several great restaurants and attractions. From Louisville to Jeffersonville, the mile-long bridge offers river views and downtown parks and restaurants. You may see more at Fisherman's Wharf or hunt for food and drinks in downtown Jeffersonville. 

For Couples Who Love History

History lovers may embark on an enchanted trip through time with Southern Indiana's array of immersive experiences and historic landmarks. 

1. The Culbertson Mansion State Historic Site

The southern Indiana Culbertson Mansion may be the most charming. The Culbertson family's 1867 Victorian house is elegant. The tour is enjoyable, with 20,000 square feet of stunning history and distinct Victorian architecture. To schedule a getaway, please visit their page.

2. Howard Steamboat Museum

The couple who loves Titanic reenactments should visit the Howard Steamboat Museum. The museum captures maritime history uniquely. The Howard family's 1894 Romanesque Revival house honors early 19th-century steamboat designs. You may revisit Rose's grand entrance just by going up the staircase—perfect for fans of the Titanic movie.

Conclusion

Southern Indiana provides several romantic Valentine's Day activities for couples. You can do so many things tailored to your interests, whether you're interested in cuisine, outdoor activities, or history. That said, there are endless opportunities to build memories with the person you love.

Which one's your go-to destination this Valentine's Day?

 

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